Learning to show skin compassion

Learning to be kinder to ourselves and others has never been more important. And as many of us emerge from time in lockdown with our skin conditions, it is now we must show skin compassion.

Anyone who lives with or has suffered a chronic skin issue is acutely aware the value society places on appearance. From notions of aesthetics and beauty to what is ugly and disgusting, mental health and skin conditions have a tortuous relationship. And so, with mental illness rates soaring due to COVID-19, how can we and […]

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‘What we eat is what we are, also listen to your body. Exercise is important but maintaining good posture and discipline in your daily lifestyle makes for good balance’

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– Dr Philip Tong

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